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to be the supreme commander of europe, our chief nato military leader, and that general joe dunford who's currently the commandant of the marine corps will move and take the commander of isaf commission. both very, very talented, capable, courageous, thinking officers who will put us in great shape to continue both our relationship with nato writ large and also our campaign in afghanistan. we see the kinds of relationships i'm talking about closer to home as well. this year i traveled to latin america, and i reaffirmed our longstanding relationship with colombia. i spent a little time in the jungle and explored options for expanding our time -- our ties with brazil, and i learned more about our common interests in south america which are obvious, i think, and include border security, maritime domain awareness and counternarcotics. while on the topic of latin america, you should know that 17 different nations joined us for the pafamax exercise this year. this exercise focuses on the safe passage through the panama canal. now, i mention this because on this date in history in 1913 president wilson de
? >> tonight congressman paul ryan and vice president joe biden will face off in the only debate. abc news martha raddatz moderates from danville, kentucky, and you can watch and engage with c-span with our lives debate preview at 7 p.m. eastern followed by two ways to watch the debate at nine. on c-span both candidates on screen the entire debate and on c-span2 the multi-camera version of the debate. all followed by your calls, e-mails and tweets at 10:30 p.m. follow our live coverage on c-span, c-span radio and online at c-span.org. >> four years ago we went through the worst financial crisis since the great depression. millions of jobs were lost her daughter industry was on the brink of collapse. the financial system has frozen up. and because of the resilience and determination of the american people, we have begun to fight our way back. >> the president has a few very similar to that you get when it ran four years ago. had a bigger government, spending more, taxing more, regulate and more, if you will, trickle-down government would work. that's not the right answer for america. i will
for entertainment and the impact on the campaign but these guys couldn't be less alike. joe biden is almost 70. he is a classic, old-school liberal politician. paul ryan is 42 years old. he is the new, young gun conservative policy wonk politician. it's a martian and a moon man and i think it will be enormously entertaining to watch. i wouldn't just write it off that it will have no impact. first of all, let's say interestingly enough looking back palin/biden got a bigger audience than the first obama mccain debate just because people were so fascinated with sarah palin. this probably will not get 67 million people but let's say he gets 40 million or 50 million comets still a lot of eyeballs and i think what you will see biden do is go after brian, not romney split ryan's record and some of the budget proposal he is debated in the past and the ryan plans and say that is the real romney. not what you're hearing now but that is what romney will do if he becomes president. he will cut this program and lower this tax and it will be interesting to watch how ryan pivots off of that and says no, those we
in substance and specificity. the gap between joe biden and paul ride in. from the defense budget attack, every single one of those it was like biden came ready to rall with lots and lots of nitty-gritty details. it never refrain, particularly the beginning was you like him you like him to you by. he didn't use those words, but that is what malarkey means. >> a lot of people at home, too heavy-handed. that's the thing is the audience is not washington think tank people, not fact checkers. people at home have been casually watching this and i also got a lot of e-mails and some twitter traffic about biden interrupt the martha raddatz as well. >> i have to be honest, i don't have to read the analysis. someone else will. >> i would have a tough time writing the analysis. unlike any other debate i covered, i don't know how people will interpret joe biden. as the interpretation that will happen with the specificity and facial expressions come in the jack-o'-lantern talk about, the praying athe heavens. the people say that it's real passion, joe bean show, or is it condescending, too emotional? to def
president joe biden accurately calling obama's health-care the big frigging deal i suggested -- we are on c-span -- i suggested to his chief of staff the stimulus was just as big, bigger. we probably did more in that bill than the clinton administration did in eight years one adviser told me. critics often argue that the new deal left behind iconic monuments, the hoover dam, skyline drive, fort knox, the stimulus will leave a legacy of sewage plants, repaved pot holes and state employees who would have been laid off without it. even if recovery act architect feels -- fear that like winston churchill -- in reality it is creating its own icons. the world's largest wind farm. half a dozen of the largest solar farms, 0 energy border stations, state of the are battery factories, eco friendly coast guard headquarters on washington hillside. it is restoring old icons like the brooklyn bridge and the bay bridge. the beloved everglades. seattle's pike place market and the staten island ferry terminal. but its main legacy like the new deal will be changed. that is also the main theme. it is not a new
>> god bless her soul. >> the joe biden vp comedy tour. you will vp your pants laughing. >> thanks everybody. it's not that easy this time of year for reporters to get set out to cover the winter weather. however, sometimes when covering the dangers of sliders and cars on slick roads, it's not just the cars that are the danger. >> we know it's not going to get any better. in fact, it will probably get worse as long as this quarter is opened or dislike article by behind the buses are coming through soon. a number of close calls but still fun to watch. >> thank you so much for ruining the fun. a total complete killjoy. >> okay, okay. spent the official obama campaign slogan as we told you is forward, one word with a period at the end of it. apparently caused some angst inside the campaign at first but now they're okay with it. with just a few weeks left until the can democratic convention one late night show insist president obama and vice president biden are continue to try out and search for the perfect general election campaign slogan. >> you can't, you should and don't even try.
with a joke? joe biden. sorry, that's the joke. [applause] followed by another joke, nancy pelosi. sorry. as an ardent practicing catholic. sorry. i was told by friends of "saturday night live" but i do the best nancy pelosi impersonation, but i'm still waiting for that bet they are going to me and "saturday night live." he seemed to avoid goofy liberal spirits on the republicans they do over there. our first award to the evening is the obama got some award. i can't believe i'm actually saying that. troubling. for about 25 years come in the media research center has been documenting every idiocy we know from the media as they celebrate one liberal hero after another. and let me just say, the people we are going to be talking about, they love politicians who want to raise your taxes, right? they love politicians who want to expand the nanny state and are going to check all the boxes here. they love presidents who have been wondering i peered well, if they have the right political views. they love the wives who actually stand by those presidents who are politicians of wandering eyes, as lo
that literally, to quote joe biden. you never really know what's going to happen when the camera's live and there is not a damn thing you can do about it. in these three cases reporters are desperately to promote one story when another one called reality intervenes. >> america broke records tuesday in voter participation and our friends at cnn were on the scene live to report the story at places where people stood in line to cast their ballots. >> people have been waiting patiently for quite some time. hundreds of people were standing in this line earlier this morning. in fact, polling place opened at 6:00 and some folks were waiting in line two hours before that at 4:00 a.m. how long have you been waiting? >> five minutes. [laughter] >> severe flooding here in the northeast as more rhine continues to fall today. nbc's michelle kaczynski, i guess is in the canoe in wayne, new jersey. michelle, good morning to you. >> good morning. obviously we're getting a nice break from the rain but not the flooding. this is essentially now a part of the passaic river in this neighborhood. it rushed i
probably the biggest hire in the campaign. joe biden in august. and i remember when i learned that he picked joe biden. i was like really, joe biden. this is not -- this is a not-so -- guy. 30 years in the senate. he's almost seemed like everyone we were campaigning against. let me tell you that joe biden when he came in. i couldn't have liked him more. he was everything that you would think. he was no drama. the most unassuming interest to the campaign that we could have had for a guy who had the senate trappings. you almost didn't notice he came in. respect everyone. i think that's obvious, and there isn't a more bottom up kind of go than joe biden. he integrated so well in to the campaign. he was part of us, you heard how, you know, there were divisions within the mccain twain between mccain camp and the palin camp. we didn't have a camp. right, you could see the value of that kind of chemistry him coming inspect. had he came in, he actually -- he wanted to meet the staff. and he said you could tell how excited he was. he said, you know, -- you know, you guys are the ones that kick
to start off wit with a je or can i start off with a joke? joe biden. sorry, that's a joke. followed up by another joke. nancy pelosi. oh, sorry. as an ardent practicing catholic. sorry. i was told by my friends at sun not like that i do the best nancy pelosi impersonation but i'm still waiting for that, you know, that bit they're going to write for me at "saturday night live." they avoid doing the actual bits about goofy liberals. it's all republicans that they do over there. our first award of the evening is the obama gas him a war. i can believe i'm actually saying this. troubling. now this is rich history. for about 25 years they read -- media research center has been document every pc from the media as they celebrate one liberal hero after another. and let me just say that people we're going to be talk about tonight, they love politicians who, want to raise your taxes, right? they love politicians who want to expand in any state. got to check all the boxes here, they love presidents who have a wandering eye. if they have the right political views. they love the lives of at least an
because he drinks a lot of water. maybe that's why joe biden had to keep iraq team. i didn't care for his smiles and actuaries. i feel like paul ryan was very script. this is the way they've been training him for the last two weeks or however long it i felt like he knew what he was talking about. >> joe biden came across a cranky old man, unlikable, unpresidential. he was nearing, he was rude, taking over and out of turn. very disruptive, laughing, grimacing, smirking, shaking his head, pointing the finger, you seem a tone of voice. he spoke more than ryan did by over a minute, almost two minutes more. >> i really enjoyed this debate. it was so much more substantial in the way it was handled by the moderator. i.e. i'm an independent, but i'm probably going to vote for the president again and i just don't really like the way that romney and ryan are so conservative. >> i think brian's closing statement was far superior to biden. >> biden was able to speak out more. biden was sent out loud as long of a period of time as paul ryan weiss. and i suggest that when obama comes back again, he tak
and then started in the kings island because they were falling and they won several more victories with joe and actually insisting on being a warrior and a leader making major decisions that could have gotten her in trouble it was a frontier town and her home and it's got about 160 inhabitants. it was ont
for the first two years. joe martin was speaker of the house and he had a very difficult time dealing with republicans on capitol hill. the democrats took over in the election of 1954. >> sam rayburn became speaker can and lyndon johnson was majority leader. eisenhower got along marvelously with rayburn johnson. eisenhower have did to be born in the district which it heard. they thought alike and they put the national interest first. they were aware of the party interest as well and almost all of the legislation in the eisenhower period period stems from a time when it was a democratic congress. it was a different time in that respect and that differ slightly from the answer to the first question as to where eisenhower would be today. back in 1952, running for the republican nomination, seems to me and eisenhower defeated the republican party of today. >> on that note -- the. [laughter] [applause] >> see would be defeated in the republican party of today. [applause] >> it would like to thank our distinguished panelists and it's been an honor to have the three of them here. i urge you
landlord you speak in abstractions. his name was joe shuster he lived in massachusetts and the same town where i grew up. they refused to make repairs they got these buildings from hud. the housing and urban development and the plumbing did not work so they would raise the tiles of the basement floor. pineapple would never let me use the elevator one of her schoolmates died he lived on the fourth floor and the elevator door suddenly open end wide-open and he stepped forward automatically end fell for flights to his death and his body was not found until his blood began to drip on passengers. then the basement cafeteria than been a horror story how could i duplicate this? it smelled like a free the -- feeding trough for cattle. i would have to eat there with her. you have to see and smell will we do to children. i don't know how you feel but aesthetics count a lot in the mentality of children. beautiful settings refined their souls. ugly settings course and their mentalities. this is how they value what we perceived of them. the sharpest way to draw the line across the races of this natio
. what your plan? >> thursday congressman paul ryan and vice president joe biden will face off in the only debate. abc news from center college in danville, kentucky, and you can watch and engage with c-span with a live debate preview at 7 p.m. eastern followed by two ways to watch the debate at nine. on c-span both candidates on screen the entire debate. and on c-span2 a multi-camera version of the debate all followed by your calls, e-mails and tweets. follow our live coverage on c-span, c-span radio and online at c-span.org. >> you're watching c-span2 with politics and public affairs. weekdays feature live coverage of the u.s. senate. on weeknights watch key public policy events. every week until it's nonfiction authors and books on booktv. you can see past programs and their schedules at our website, and you can join in the conversation on social media sites. >> the media research center recently celebrated its 25th anniversary with a gala at the national buig
was asked about joe biden's remarks on the details of the attacks against the conflict in benghazi. this portion of the briefing is about 20 minutes. >> good afternoon, everyone. good morning. thanks for being here. before we start i thought i would say and might in what you consider a point of personal privilege, setting aside assessments of winners and losers. as someone who worked with the vice president for two years and traveled around the country, i took extreme pleasure in watching the debate because of the way he demonstrated his passion and his wisdom and the joy that he brings to the job of serving the american people as vice president and working with this president's to bring about positive change for the middle class and this country. he presented remarkably strong case for the policies this president has put in place, the right ones to move the country forward. it was an extraordinary day because it was distinct pleasure to bring my son to the nationals game yesterday. i was not traveling -- to a great game. >> libya and the vice president's response, u.s. officials i
thurmond i name is joe crespino and i would be happy to help you get to your next flight. he said are you sure you have enough time? i want to delay you. i said no sir, have plenty of time. so i picked up his bag and we walked together for about 10 minutes. i was just trying to make conversation with strom thurmond so i told him about all the people i had met that summer and he said nice things about the various colleagues that i had met in that kind of thing. i told them i was on my way -- ahead a girlfriend from florence south carolina and i said some silly comment about south carolina girls, i guess because it was the kind of smalltalk one made with strom thurmond. i got into his flight hanushek his hand again and that was it. but i thought about that story a lot as i have written this book because the story really is a metaphor for the difficulty i had in writing about or the challenge that i faced in writing about this very controversial figure. you know there is no easy or straightforward way to write about a figure as controversial as strom thurmond. sometimes in reading this book
is nominated to become chief justice. the senators birch bikeby, ted canady, joe biden, they don't lay a hand on him early and so he is so excellent that perry and these questions and the hearing record of 71 is closed and suddenly shortly before the vote is to take place on rehnquist and also one lewis powell who is was up at the same time, shortly before that the vote is to occur but after the hearings are closed "newsweek" magazine, the supreme court reporter for "newsweek," really great guy, he comes up somehow with this memo from the jackson files, the memo relating to brown versus board of education and it's a bombshell. and so, birch by, the senator from a very liberal and a great senator from indiana at that time, birch bias at this point leading the fight against rehnquist. he is leading the liberal fight against rehnquist and they know it's going to be close and they probably know it's going to go down -- but it's close. he starts really pushing in the publicity starts coming out and nixon and his attorney general john mitchell who actually have kind of concocted this whole rehnquis
-policy experience. she said really the thing that made a difference in joe biden versus her wasn't foreign-policy experience and she agreed those essential appears to shoot several strikes start, but she's been a very good cabinet secretary. and who knows what that may take her 2016. >> okay. part or i suspect i know who will take the lead him out of nancy kassebaum. >> we put me in the end for several reasons. one, the first woman elected to the senate in her own right. there was an article about what the science article written about 30 or 35 years ago about the women in congress and the title was over his dead body. and there's still quite a few women in congress who got their because their husbands die. some of the first women, she followed her husband who had died when the policy and then took that over. and so, kassebaum was the first one who would never followed the south. and now once again gave her a lot of tension. it is a very highly visible rays, covered even one of the london newspapers commented it the day after the election. q. we have one woman in the senate. if you're one
, employment, home. so if anybody else makes any one of those criteria can for example come his son joe hill no longer lives in the state of maine, we collecting. we've been collecting books since 1836 year the library. we have a number of unique or very rare items. for instance, we have a copy of the first edition of the book of mormon, which has been in the state library since approximately 1848, was published in 1830. the first run was 5000 copies and in institutions there were fewer than 10% of that left. what makes our copy a little bit different is if you can do the maine state library, will pull it out of the state do much to at it. with gloves. because that connection to sacred literature is so important to so many people, that we think that is something valuable we can do. we believe in preserving books. but there's no point in preserving them without access. so that is something we do with that of the differently than other libraries. there is one item that we do not let anybody actually touch. and that is the martha ballard diaries. martha ballard was a midwife lived in hollow man
chief justice. the senators, birch, bayh, ted kennedy, people that are -- joe biden, they don't lay a hand on him really. so he's so excellent at parrying these questions. and the hearing record in '71 is closed, and then suddenly shortly before the vote is to take place on rehnquist and also on louis powell who was up at the same time -- >> host: right. >>ing the um, shortly before that a vote is to occur, "newsweek" magazine -- the supreme court reporter for "newsweek" was a really great guy, and he comes up somehow with this memo from the jackson files. the memo relating to brown v. board of education. and it's a bombshell. and so birch bayh, a very liberal and great senator from indiana at this time, he's leading the fight against rehnquist. he's leading the liberal fight against rehnquist. and they know it's going to be close. they probably also know they're going to go down in flames, but it's close, and bayh senses this can actually make it closer. so he starts really pushing, and the publicity starts coming out, and nixon and his attorney general, john mitchell, who actually
's presidential debate between joe biden and paul ryan. the debate being held at center college in danville kentucky accounted about 16,000 people. [inaudible conversations] [inaudible conversations] [inaudible conversations] budweiser is one of the sponsors on the presidential debate and the company is hosting a campaign with them media can get a drink and a bite to be. tonight's vice president debate was somewhat different from the first presidential debate. last week in denver instead of six, 15 minutes seconds there will be nine, ten-minute segments on different topics. our live coverage begins tonight with a preview in a little less than 30 minutes at 7:00 eastern. the debate at 9:00 and your turn to join the discussion with fewer calls, e-mails and tweets. all of that on c-span, c-span radio and c-span.org. and on facebook we are asking, what question would you like asked at the vice presidential debate? log onto facebook.com/c-span2 let us know. some students at center college where the debate is being held came up with some questions. >> it will devan might be a big factor in the el
and when i talked to her she said the thing that made the difference in joe biden versus her was foreign policy experience and she agreed that was the essential. she had several strikes against her but she was a good cabinet secretary. who knows where that might take her in 2016. >> and our third is senator nancy katzenbaum. >> she was the first woman elected to the senate in her own right. there was a political science article written 35 years ago about women in congress and the title was over his dead body and still quite a few women in congress -- some of the first women like margaret smith who was in the senate, she followed her husband who took that over, so she was the first two had never followed staff and that once again gave her a lot of attention and was a very highly visible race that was covered, even the london newspaper commented on it after the elections so here we have one woman in the senate, if you are 1-woman you get a lot of attention. two years after she was elected she was one of the temporary shares of the republican convention. people were already touting her as a
and that general joe dunford who is currently the assistant commandant of the marine corps will leave his bill and move and take the commander of the isaf position. both very very talented, capable and courageous thinking officers who will put us in great shape to continue both our relationship with nato writ large and also our campaign in afghanistan. we see the kinds of relationships i'm talking about closer to home as well. this era travel to latin america and i reaffirmed our long-standing relationship with columbia. i spent a little time in the jungle and explored options for expanding our time -- our ties with brazil and i learned more about south america which are obvious i think and include porter security, maritime domain awareness and counternarcotics. while on the topic of latin america you should know that 17 different nations joined us for the panamax exercise this year. this exercise focuses on the safe passage to the panel can now. i mention this because on this date in history in 1913 president wilson detonated explosives at the dam boa opening the panama canal and connecting t
and multimillionaires. that's who is influencing our elections. it's not your joe citizen. those aren't the voices your hearing. >> one thing on that topic. academic study, and i would want to see more wide range analysis. i cover super pacs in a primary issue. and, in fact, it was the candidate with the biggest super pac to one republican primary. eventually it was mitt romney who had the biggest super pac. is dollars or republican donors for the most part, the guy with the second biggest super pac, blasted the second of august. i was a wooden expected ever to be an open presidential primary ever won by candidate who doesn't have a super pac, as long as they remain a part of american politics. >> let me go back to melanie because i think she hadn't quite finished. it sounds like we've had the nerve. it didn't take long. so you go ahead and then we will go back to brad. >> i want to go back to something nick started with because the super pacs aren't the real danger to the super pacs are, i like to think of them as the kim kardashian of the campaign finance will because they're getting so much of the p
, employment, home, anybody else meets one of the criteria, his son, joe hills no longer lives? the state of maine. we claim him. we have been collected books since 1836. we have a number of unique or rare items. for instance we have a copy of the first edition of the book of mormon. which has been in the state library since approximately 1848. it was published in 1830. the first one was 5,000 copies. they were only in institutions there are fewer than 10% of that left. that makes our copy a little bit different. if you don't maine state library. we would full out of the safe and let you look at it with gloves. because that connection to literature is important so many people. that we think it's something valuable we can do. we believe in preserving books, but there's no point in preserving them without access. so that's something we do a little bit differently than other libraries. there is one item that we do not let anybody actually touch. and that's the martha ballard dares. martha ballard was a midwife who lived in maine, the next town down the river from 1785 to 1812. she kept a han
. not want to say it like a plan, i get that. what's your plan? >> thursday, paul ryan and joe biden will face off in their only to paid, abc news martha bad is moderates from dental kentucky, and you can watch and engage in c-span with her live debate preview start at 7 p.m. eastern followed by the debate at nine and your reaction, calls, e-mails and tweets at 10:30 p.m. spent c-span campaign 2012 debate on the website provides live and on-demand coverage of all the presidential and vice presidential debates and it's the only place where you will see our live coverage of behind the scenes sites and sounds before and after the debates. aside as each debate question available as a separate clip where you can search and watch my topic. watch your creative clips as well and read streaming tweets from political reporters and other viewer reactions at c-span.org/debates. >> up next to find of a new public opinion poll in american attitudes toward arabs and muslims. this was conducted following recent violent protests in the arab world that erupted in response to a film denigrating islam.
general, evil and i work in the office under joe missouri. it was john bullinger at the time caring about though that supported it then. i don't recall it was brought up last legislative session. if the west, i think me and my office support. in montana we really are, i mean, we are an independent state. we like to allow our own freedoms. the idea we are discriminating against anyone on the basis of orientation it's offensive to me personally and i think it is offensive to mainstream montana. >> mr. hill. hill: people who discriminate against people based on their orientation make a big mistake. i certainly don't and my personal life and i don't have my public life and i don't do my professional life. i don't believe the state of montana should not orientation to the hate crimes list and i wouldn't support it. >> why not? hill: i don't think you should take individual groups are not going to the hate crimes group list. my view about this is that a crime is a crime and if people commit violent crimes against other people, they should be accountable for that violent crime. and i don't belie
. what used to get all the time, what is anderson cooper really like? he is a on morning joe? it was fine. it was on this week i they seem like you know nice. thank you for your presentation. it was wonderful. chief justice rehnquist 70's when he used lopez and morrison to pass his right-wing legislation through the commerce clause. obviously chief justice roberts by using the right-wing legislation, not in this case, with a health care clause how do you envision him to push right-wing legislation. >> let a little for an audience who might not be as familiar with those terms. there were a couple of cases at the tenure where he did the commerce clause. was a crime to 50 feet of a school and congress, and nothing to to be the leading know starting to invalidate the commerce clause and again i don't want to get too deep into the weeds here but starting in the court had basically deferred to congress and said if congress sees a connection to commerce we are going to that the business in the obamacare case don't think they are going to suddenly start invalidating laws on commerce clause ground
really like? he is a on morning joe? it was fine. it was on this week i they seem like you know nice. thank you for your presentation. it was wonderful. chief justice rehnquist 70's when he used lopez and morrison to pass his right-wing legislation through the commerce clause. obviously chief justice roberts by using the right-wing legislation, not in this case, with a health care clause how do you envision him to push right-wing legislation. >> let a little for an audience who might not be as familiar with those terms. there were a couple of cases at the tenure where he did the commerce clause. was a crime to 50 feet of a school and congress, and nothing to to be the leading know starting to invalidate the commerce clause and again i don't want to get too deep into the weeds here but starting in the court had basically deferred to congress and said if congress sees a connection to commerce we are going to that the business in the obamacare case don't think they are going to suddenly start invalidating laws on commerce clause grounds. i don't think the taxing power argument is going
. what's your plan? >> thursday congressman paul ryan and vice-president joe biden will face often their only debate. moderating from center college in danville, kentucky, and you can watch ending date to c-span with our live debate preview starting a 7:00 p.m. eastern follow the debate at ninth, and your reactions to mccall's, e-mails, and tweets at 1030. follow our live coverage on c-span, c-span radio command online at c-span.org.ac >> i watched on c-span the various congressional hearings and congressional deliberations on public policy and also in affirmation that is put out by the various think tanks here in washington d.c. i like to watch them interviews by brian lamb. he hosts different authors and they have discussions. and that discussion about the buck that they have written, and so it is just an easy way to get information that are in the books without having to read the book. >> what is c-span on comcast. c-span, created by america's cable companies in 1979, brought to you as a public service by your television provider. the american enterprise institute here in washin
't like it. but what is your plan? >> thursday, congressman paul ryan and vice president joe biden face-off in their vice presidential debate. you can watch it 7:00 p.m. eastern. both candidates on screen the entire debate. i'll live coverage on c-span, c-span radio, and online at c-span.org. >> a discussion on mitt romney's foreign-policy plan and the foreign-policy and how is paying in the presidential election. from "washington journal" promises 40 minutes. >> mitt romney made his foreign-policy speech yesterday. did you hear anything new? >> guest: you know, this is an important speech for mitt romney. it was also, i think, the third important foreign-policy beach in the campaign. people are paying a lot more attention now that we aren't within days and weeks of the election. what he's trying to do is what many try to do. he is not outlining how he would run the country so much as he's trying to contrast with obama. >> host: what you think mitt romney did well in discussions about the economy. >> guest: there is also a live debate when it comes to foreign policy. he is a one-man sho
. what's your plan? >> tonight congressman paul ryan and vice president joe biden will face off in their only debate. abc news' martha raddatz moderates, and you can watch and engage with c-span with our live debate preview at 7 p.m. eastern followed by two ways to watch the debate at 9. on c-span, both candidates on screen the entire debate, and on c-span2 the multicamera version. follow our live coverage on c-span, c-span radio and online at c-span.org. >> up next, a debate between obama and romney campaign national security advisers looking at the effect of recent foreign policy decisions on the coming election. this event was co-hosted by the center for new american security, the american enterprise institute and the new america foundation. it's just over an hour and a half. >> good afternoon. i have to speak with an authoritarian voice. welcome and thank you for joining us today. my name is richard fontaine, i'm the president for the center for new american security. it's a real pleasure to welcome you to this presidential campaign surrogate debate. it's a special collabora
't like our plan. i get that. but is your plan? >> congressman paul ryan and vice-president joe biden will face off in their only debate. abc news much erratic moderates. you can watch and engaged with c-span with our live debate preview at 7:00 p.m. eastern followed by two ways to watch the beta nine on c-span both candid sunscreen the entire debate. on c-span2, the multi camera version of the debate of followed by calls, e-mails, and treats. follow live coverage on c-span, c-span radio, an online at c-span.org. >> his company did the federal reserve a favor by buying the financial firm bear stearns four years ago. bear stearns was near collapse. his bank lost 5-$10 billion as a result of the purchase. his remarks came during a discussion today with the president of the council on foreign relations. >> i want to welcome all the to the council on foreign relations. today speaker ceo, part of the council on foreign relations corporate program which is supposed said increase the connections between the business community and the foreign policy community which is some extent are one in t
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